May 25, 2010

Is the dedicated server market in a price war?  The market has been rife with low, low offers on cheap dedicated servers, including some as low as $30/month.  But the revolutionary pricing raises more than a few questions:  are the offers legitimate?  Is the savings worth it in the long run? Choosing your dedicated server […]

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Apr 19, 2010

Hello again, a few days ago I published a post explaining two key differences in the new Google Caffeine algorithm change. Here at SingleHop SEO is extremely important. While most of our dedicated server customers come to us from word-of-mouth, Google still is one of the key drivers of growth. Today I want to walk […]

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Apr 12, 2010

There has been a lot of hype in the SEO world surrounding Google’s new Caffeine search algorithm update. In all fairness, every time Google makes a chance, heads turn. It’s not a surprise that “how will this affect my rankings?” is the first question to pop into most webmasters heads the moment an algorithm change […]

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Feb 16, 2010
Dan Ushman

My co-workers know this already, but I figured I’d share it here anyway. I’m a bit like a ‘kid on Christmas’ when the mail comes—I always run down to the mailbox and pick it up and then sort through it myself. Oh well, we all have our idiosyncratic little tendencies and this one is one […]

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Feb 4, 2010

At SingleHop, we take the information associated with your dedicated server very seriously. Surprisingly alot of people contact us attempting to have us divulge information or have changes done on a server without providing the correct information to validate their identity. Sometimes this leads to a little bit of friction with clients representatives, but in […]

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Oct 12, 2009
Chris Larkin

When one is just starting out, be it as a start-up company with a great new web application, a small business with a mostly static website, or even a shared hosting company, chances are a dedicated server is not needed right off the bat. Most VPS accounts will provide root access to install whatever is […]

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May 15, 2009
Chris Larkin

I recently took the plunge and signed up for a Twitter account more out of curiosity then anything else. I had heard a lot about it and people I know had Twitter accounts, but I did not really see much of a use for it as a tool to use at work. So, at first […]

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Jun 16, 2008
Zak Boca

Sometimes here at SingleHop, we run into small speed bumps when migrating large accounts. We have encountered this conundrum more often recently due to the response of our $200 Cash Back Offer. The accounts can be large for numerous reasons: The customer does not realize how big their account is, or receives an unknown increase […]

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Jun 11, 2008
Zak Boca

This isn’t exclusively for dedicated servers, the web hosting industry. In fact, the idea of giving something to get something back has gone on for a lot longer than anyone reading this has been around, but it’s just as effective today. What got me going on this is a book that Dan Ushman recommended to […]

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Jun 2, 2008
Dan Ushman

I’ll keep this blog post very simple. We received word today that SingleHop has been awarded a coveted industry award from FindMyHost’s FindMyDedicatedHost.com. The award, which is for excellence and innovation in the field of cPanel Dedicated Hosting is the coveted Editors’ Choice Award. This is the third time SingleHop has been awarded by FindMyHost. Previous Editors’ […]

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